Are You Taking Plan B Correctly? 6 Mistakes Women Make With The Morning-After Pill

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It’s a common misconception that after taking the morning-after pill, you’re in the clear to have more unprotected sex – as if the pill is in there warding off all unwanted pregnancy. It’s important to understand that the morning-after pill only delays ovulation but does not eliminate it. So, accidental pregnancy is still a risk if you have unprotected sex within the window of taking the morning-after pill.

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